Trey Dickerson was born in Athens, Georgia where he was raised in a Godly home. However, Trey spent the first twenty three years of his life running from God’s call on his life which included struggles with drugs and alcohol. Then in January of 2000, Trey was supernaturally saved and filled with the Holy Spirit one evening during a revival service in Athens, Georgia.
The Lord’s work in Trey had only begun on that evening. After that spectacular experience, the Lord birthed in Trey a supernatural desire for His Word which propelled him to spend all of his spare time reading and studying the Scriptures. In hindsight, this was a divine setup to prepare Trey for his call to be a teacher and pastor in the body of Christ.
In 2006, Trey married Shannon Collins. The Lord then led Trey & Shannon to move to Colorado Springs, Colorado in that same year and further his studies at Charis Bible College, a product of Andrew Wommack Ministries. He was nominated by his peers to speak at their graduation in 2008. Thereafter, he was ordained by Andrew Wommack Ministries.
In 2008 the Lord led the Dickersons' to Macon, Georgia where they have established a ministry base that has spanned as far as India. Trey has been used by God to help disciple many believers in the Middle Georgia region through various Bible studies, writings, and other organized events that he has led. He also does regular mission work in India where the Lord has used him to train pastors, evangelists and future leaders.
Trey’s heartfelt desire is to usher God’s children into a personal relationship with their Creator where they walk in the victory purchased for them by Christ Jesus. Trey’s emphasis is faith, hope and love. He longs to see God’s church walking by faith, walking in love and walking in communion with the Holy Spirit- all of which He preaches and teaches with much passion and enthusiasm.
Trey has most recently accepted the call of Pastor at High Point Church where his vision remains true- to see a great army of believers raised up who are equipped to do the work of ministry and to be a part of the ever increasing kingdom of God which has no end.